UX/UI Designs Interactive Design

Harborside Inn 

Responsive Website Redesign

When you are planning a vacation or an event and you start the initial search of a place that needs to meet your criteria on all levels, you want this process to be as quick and seamless as possible so you can start planning more of the “fun stuff”. So when I started the process of redesigning Harborside Inn’s site, I had this in mind. It needs to be clean, fresh, elegant and the #1 goal is to convince visitors to choose the Harborside Inn versus any other.

PONTE Winery

Responsive Website Redesign

More and more consumers are researching online before they visit and are judging wine by its website. Since your winery’s website is the central hub and often the first point of contact for the consumer, you need to make sure the visual’s on your website perfectly tell your brand story.

International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)

Responsive Website Redesign

Animals are now and always have been a huge part of my world,  so when I had the chance to redesign IFAW’s website for my class project, I jumped. I wanted to showcase everything that this non-profit company does to help all animals throughout the world, but also make it inviting so that the viewer feels like they too—can make a difference and be a part of the change in these animals’ lives.

State of Rhode Island Division of Parks & Recreation 

Responsive Website Redesign

The Rhode Island Division of Parks and Recreation is a commonly used website that is visited by many. I was charged with making it responsive, aesthetically appealing and most of all—organized while keeping on brand and familiar.